Richi Solaiman

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Richi Solaiman
Born Rita Faria Richie
January 23
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Actress, model
Spouse(s) Rashek Malik
Parent(s) M. M. Solaiman

Richi Solaiman (Bengali:রিচি সোলায়মান) is a Bangladeshi film & television actress and model. She has acted in more than 100 television dramas.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

Solaiman was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her father M. M. Solaiman was a businessman. She took her early education from Sain Jude School, Dhaka. After completing her school education she pursued a bachelor's degree in Business administration from Asia Pacific University in Dhaka.

Career[edit]

Richi started her career as an actress through the serial "Bela O Bela"(1998) cast opposite Tony Diaz produced by Farhuq Bhuiyan aired on BTV. She established herself as one of Bangladeshi media's leading actresses and accomplished dancer.[3] Till 2015, Solaiman worked in many famous Telefilms, Dramas, Serials, TV commercials. She made her acting debut in big screen in the film Nirab Prem directed by Shahnewaz Kakoli.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Richi married to an American expatriate Rashek Malik on December 14, 2008. They have a son name Rayan Ridwan Mallik.[5]

Filmography[edit]

  • Hadar Bhalobasa (unreleased As of January 2013)

Dramas[edit]

Year Title Script Writer / Director Co-stars Notes
Abeg
Joutuker Koutuk Azizul Hakim
Sonar Moyna Pakhi
Sukhtara
Fuska Bilash
Saatkahon
Rubi Roy
Pipasha Zahid Hasan,
Birpurush Boshshikoron Shimul
Antore Boiragi Zahid Hassan
Ekjon Eshechilo Milon
Loadsheding Mahfuz
Opekkhar Brishti Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo
Online Dot Com Zahid Hassan
Jete Pari Kintu Keno Jabo Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo
Sukher Byatha Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo
Alochhaya Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo
Ei Diner Opekkay Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo
Dujone Dekha Holo Chayanika Chowdhury Apurbo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bangladeshi Actress Richi Solaiman". Retrieved 17 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Biography of Richi Solaiman". Prothom Alo. Retrieved 17 January 2013.  (in Bengali)
  3. ^ Patracia Moutushi (2013-05-09). "Richi Solaiman steps to Dhallywood". Priyo News. Retrieved October 5, 2015. 
  4. ^ "Nirab preme Richi". Naya Diganta. Retrieved 17 January 2013.  (in Bengali)
  5. ^ "Problems stir up in Richi Solaiman's marriage". The Daily Ittefaq. 2015-07-12. Retrieved October 5, 2015.